Don't-Miss Weird stuff Stories
Pigeons enter the digital age, using their honed pecking skills to solve touchscreen problems.
There's a lot to be said about someone who makes Excel(lent) artwork with a tool usually commonly associated with mind-numbing drudgery.
Attention, meme lovers: You can now get your very own Keyboard Cat. Sort of.
The Color the Bridge project, part of the annual Vivid Sydney light festival, lights up the Sydney Harbor Bridge with 32,000 programmed LED lights and fiber optics.
Stanley is an Internet-connected vintage player piano powered by a MacBook Air that can play just about any song you tweet his way.
Revive the Terminator films by rebuilding relentless machine for yourself—out of Lego.
Why settle for a standard proposal when you could record it with Google Glass?
Grumpy Cat will star in Garfield-inspired family comedy Hollywood film.
Motorola debuted some experimental security technology that would allow users to access their devices via an electronic tattoo or by consuming a "vitamin authentication" pill every day.
Buckle your seat belt, kid. It's about to get bizarre up in here.
Extraterrestrial mining company Planetary Resources announces a new Kickstarter project that will allow you to take a picture of yourself from space.
We love our cats, don't we? So much so that we'd even make versions of that Atari classic for them.
Even if you don't like Skrillex terribly much, you're probably going to love this particular rendition of "Bangarang."
Want to stuff live light art into your bicycle wheels? If MonkeyLetric get their way, you'll be able to.
Researchers create an iPhone biosensor cradle that could give doctors a cheaper, portable medical testing machine.